Hannah Anderson has surely made a name for herself.
Her mother and brother were brutally murdered by close family friend James Lee DiMaggio and, according to authorities, Hannah was then kidnapped by DiMaggio who had a fixation on her.
A massive search was initiated for DiMaggio and Anderson and they were found in the Idaho wilderness.
In the end, DiMAggio was killed during a shootout by an FBI tactical Unit and Anderson was found unharmed.
Almost immediately, Anderson took to social media.
She posted a lengthy Q & A on social media site ask.fm where she seemed almost chatty showing off pictures of her nails and displaying behavior that was found to be inappropriate and distasteful by many.
She has since disabled that account.
It was at that point that some started to really question whether Hannah Anderson was a co-conspirator or truly a victim.
It’s important to note that not everyone grieves the same way and perhaps all the of the social media activity was a way for her to cope with the murders of her mother and brothers.
Authorities are firm in their belief that she is a victim.
People began to question Anderson’s relationship with DiMaggio noting that she went on vacation alone with him and seemed to be happy and and posing in provocative poses in the photos she posted on Facebook.
Anderson claimed that her abductor zip tied her feet and drugged her.
In the new book by Chelsea Hoffman, The River Of No Return, a photo of a girl in zip ties that was allegedly posted on Hannah’s Pinterest page several weeks before the kidnapping suggests the teen was involved in the crime.
Hoffman also says in her book that Anderson’s Aunt Jennifer Willis was disturbed by her niece’s behavior and that she didn’t seem to grieve.
Hoffman provides opinions from experts disputing the original time frame of the murders.